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== Written language ==
 
== Written language ==
[[File:Bajoran script.gif|thumb|Bajoran script]]
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[[Image:Bajoran script.gif|thumb|Bajoran script]]
 
[[File:Bajoran script, Reckoning text.jpg|thumb|Example of written Bajoran, both ancient and modern, translation provided]]
 
[[File:Bajoran script, Reckoning text.jpg|thumb|Example of written Bajoran, both ancient and modern, translation provided]]
 
The Bajoran written language consisted of square symbols which were composed of thick lines. There were a large number of different symbols which could be used in any of eight rotations (flipped and rotated each and every way). Bajoran tended to be written in horizontal lines, although it could be written vertically. ({{DS9|Shadows and Symbols}})
 
The Bajoran written language consisted of square symbols which were composed of thick lines. There were a large number of different symbols which could be used in any of eight rotations (flipped and rotated each and every way). Bajoran tended to be written in horizontal lines, although it could be written vertically. ({{DS9|Shadows and Symbols}})
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